Last week, some dubious FB pages made posts alleging that a prominent Progress Singapore Party (PSP) member, Mr Brad Bowyer, had quit the party. However, our anonymous sources debunked such fake news from these FB pages about Brad Bowyer quitting the party.. In fact they reaffirmed he remains a valued PSP member. They explained that Brad Bowyer had deleted his FB fan page simply because he does not want to be in the limelight at this moment.
Former presidential candidate Tan Cheng Bock has broken his silence about the upcoming presidential elections in a press conference held today. He said: "I am concerned that our EP (Elected President) will always be tainted with the suspicion that the reserved election of 2017 was introduced to prevent my candidacy."
I read with much amusement, the antics of the wife of our prime ministar regarding how she treats dissent from people whom she (or) her husband is unable to sue. It is indeed very telling, on what kind of character a person possesses which they sometimes unknowingly display much like the spouse of the former PM Goh on the NKF scandal.
Psst... I tell you a secret, ok. Actually, Singaporeans don't care about solutions one. During election, they will ask you - what solutions do you have? But you don't have any, I won't vote for you. All these they say ah, fake one.
The facebook group is a gathering of Christian hardliners in Singapore who demand for anyone or anything that does not condemn homosexuality to be punished. The leader of the group, Ms Carrie Yu, is a Christian fundamentalist who has campaigned against many things such as Adam Lambert's performance and the Penguin books which featured two male penguins raising a baby penguin. She goes by the name Carrie Shalom on facebook. During GE2015, she arranged for SMS and whatsapp messages to be sent as widely as possible to get the WP East Coast team defeated. She warned that Christians should not vote for Associate Professor Daniel Goh as he has been 'sympathetic' to the LGBT movement.
The WP statement is careful not to make any suggestion that SGH or MOH officers acted with improper motives. Yet it has asked for a COI ahead of the Committee’s report and the conclusion of Police investigations. If the WP believes that there are questions that the Committee cannot answer, or that any officer acted with improper motives, it should state so directly. The Government will convene a COI provided the WP is prepared to lead evidence before the COI, to substantiate whatever allegations it might have.